Eleven years after the global financial crisis, the European banking industry is once again preparing for tough days ahead. After Deutsche Bank announced a large-scale layoff plan not long ago, another large European bank might follow suit to do the same.
The question is are governments ready to cope with it than it did in 2009?
The Singapore financial service provider keeps its sight trained on the region’s investment opportunities
After the Asian Financial Crisis 1997-1998, it was acknowledged that the participation of major emerging market countries is needed on discussions on the international financial system
Yet the current global crisis we are facing now is to a considerable extent, a “man-made disaster” caused by extreme policies. One of the most obvious examples is the global trade war initiated by the Trump administration.
Investors are entering 2019 with wary thoughts after a year of weak performance characterised by extreme bouts of volatility. The S&P 500, considered the bellwether of stock performance, ended 2018 with its biggest yearly loss since the global financial crisis.